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It used to be called the Miata. Now it's the MX-5. In Japan they just call it the Roadster, and Mazda's pleased as punch that it won Japan's Car of the Year. So pleased, in fact, that they're releasing a commemorative edition with leather seats, a Bose stereo, and a fender decal denoting the car's achievement. We're waiting for DCX to launch the Jalopnik Car of the Year, 2nd Place Edition Charger R/T over here. Comes with free gas for a decade and a stack of CDs from old SST bands that nobody in their right mind would wanna listen to. Painted Willie, anyone? Should be available any time now. Really.

Mazda Releases Japan Car of the Year Award Commemorative Edition MX-5 Roadster in Japan [Dubspeed]

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Jalopnik Reviews: 2006 Mazda MX-5, Part 1 [Internal]

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